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" For this reason, though he must always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer; and for ten impressions, which his works have had in so many successive years, yet at present a hundred books are scarcely purchased once a twelvemonth;... "
The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden: Now First ... - 612 ページ
Edmond Malone 著 - 1800
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Essays of John Dryden: Dedication of Examen poeticum. A discourse concerning ...

John Dryden - 1900
...the beauties and faults of other poets, but only indulged himself in the luxury of writing; and 15 perhaps knew it was a fault, but hoped the reader...his works have had in so many successive years, yet at present a .,o hundred books are scarcely purchased once a twelvemonth ; for, as my last Lord Rochester...

The English Poets, 第 2 巻

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901
...notice and his name had become t n. en.- memory, mentioned honoris causa but no more. 'Though he mast always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer,' said Uryden in 1700. Addison praised him with even more discrimination. Two editions of his works appeared...

The English Poets, 第 2 巻

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901
...notice and his name had become v, mere memory, mentioned honoris causa but no more. ' Though he mast always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer,' said Dryden in 1700. Addison praised him with even more discrimination. Two editions of his works appeared...

Lives of the English Poets: Cowley-Dryden

Samuel Johnson, Harold Spencer Scott - 1905
...never forego any conceit which came in his way, but swept, like a drag-net, great and small. . . . For this reason, though he must always be thought...his works have had in so many successive years, yet at present a hundred books are scarcely purchased once a twelve month : for, as my last Lord Rochester...

The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various ..., 第 2 巻

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1905
...had sunk out of notice and his name had become a mere memory, mentioned honoris causa but no more. ' Though he must always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer,' said Dryden in 1700. Addison praised him with even more discrimination. Two editions of his works appeared...

English Essays

Walter Cochrane Bronson - 1905 - 404 ページ
...he want that in discerning the beauties and faults of other poets, but only indulged himself in the luxury of writing; and perhaps knew it was a fault but hoped the reader would 5 not find it. For this reason, though he must always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed...

The Sewanee Review, 第 14 巻

1906
...p. 223. '"Preface to the Fables," Malone, III, 611. of other poets, but only indulged himself in the luxury of writing; and perhaps knew it was a fault,...his works have had in so many successive years, yet at present a hundred books are scarcely purchased once a twelvemonth ; for as my last Lord Rochester...

Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism

William Tenney Brewster - 1907 - 379 ページ
...he want that in discerning the beauties and faults of other poets, but only indulged himself in the luxury of writing, and perhaps knew it was a fault,...his works have had in so many successive years, yet at present a hundred books are scarcely purchased once a twelve-month; for as my last Lord Rochester...

AN ENGLISH PROSE MISCELLANY

JOHN MASEFIELD - 1907
...he want that in discerning the beauties and faults of other poets ; but only indulged himself in the luxury of writing ; and perhaps knew it was a fault,...poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer : and for the impressions which his works have had in so many successive years. Yet at present a hundred books...

The Growth of English: An Elementary Account of the Present Form of the ...

Henry Cecil Kennedy Wyld - 1907 - 199 ページ
...product of a rude age. Thus, Dryden, in the Preface to the Fables, to which Gray is referring, says : ' Though he must always be thought a great poet, he is no longer esteemed a good writer.' Again : ' The verse of Chaucer, I confess, is not harmonious to us, ... they who lived with him, and...




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